Hirschegg in Vorarlberg
The valley is the ideal holiday destinations above all for pleasure hikers and families, due to its many well-signposted trails and (for those with a Walser Card) free trail-orientated bus connections. A few years ago, Klaus Kessler converted his 500-year-old farm house into a hotel. Now modern timber constructions and contemporary design align with the traditional alpine architectural style.
You can relax in the spa area with its Finnish sauna, laconium (dry sweating room) and multi-sensory showers along with the generously proportioned quiet room with hanging loungers. The alpine indulgence package provides luxury with its alpine salt-oil-herb peeling, a mare’s milk and rose oil pack and salt bath with stone pine salt. The Naturhotel Chesa Valisa is a member of the Bio-Hotel association. Added to this is the showcasing of regional culinary skill: all food comes from verified environmentally-friendly farms. One particular delight is the homemade rye and wholemeal bread. The hotel’s facilities top off the cheerful atmosphere: guided hikes and bike tours, morning gymnastics, Nordic walking courses and also deep-snow skiing courses.